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Island Digestive Health Center

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Island Digestive Health Center is a free-standing endoscopy center affiliated with Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. Here, gastroenterologists detect, evaluate and treat a full range of digestive disorders and diseases of the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas and gallbladder. Most digestive issues are successfully treatable with early diagnosis.

At Island Digestive Health Center, we perform the latest screening tests and procedures using technologically advanced equipment. Minimally invasive, outpatient procedures are performed by board certified physicians at our advanced surgery center to help diagnose and treat gastrointestinal problems as quickly and painlessly as possible. We use CO2 insufflation for maximum patient comfort instead of traditional air insufflation.

Island Digestive Health Center’s staff and physicians are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for you and your digestive health. You will find the atmosphere to be personalized. In this reassuring setting, you will receive individual attention from a caring and highly skilled staff. If you have any questions prior to your procedure or after, please contact us.






Procedures Performed Include:

  • Upper Endoscopy (EGD)
  • Colonoscopy

Island Digestive Health Center uses the procedures listed above to screen for, diagnose and plan treatment for a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders.







What Should You Bring to Your Appointment:

  • Valid ID
  • Your insurance card
  • Copies of any relevant blood test results, clearances, EKG
  • Written reports of imaging test
  • A list of current medications, including dose and frequency




If you have any questions, please call (631) 376-2260.


Click here for additional information on which physicians use Island Digestive Health Center, which insurances are accepted, and which laboratories and anesthesiologists are used.





 Physicians Endoscopy, formed in July 1998, specializes in the development and management of

freestanding, single-specialty endoscopic ASCs in partnership with practicing physicians and hospitals.